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Ole Miss-La Salle sets up 2013's most unlikely NCAA Tournament pairing

After pair of upsets, Ole Miss and La Salle play for trip to the Sweet 16
<p> Ole Miss-La Salle sets up 2013's most unlikely NCAA Tournament pairing</p>

The Sweet 16 will feature either Ole Miss or La Salle.

Let that sink in a bit. Ole Miss and La Salle have been also-rans in their leagues for roughly a decade, and now one of them will reach the second weekend of the NCAA Tournament.

Just to be clear, the fact that Ole Miss is a No. 12 seed and La Salle is a No. 13 is probably the least strange part about this round of 32 matchup:

Henderson keeps Ole Miss advancing in NCAA Tournament upset

The Tournament's most interesting player stays in the field by dispatching Wisconsin
<p> Henderson keeps Ole Miss advancing in NCAA Tournament upset</p>

The Marshall Henderson Experience continues.

College basketball’s most divisive player will be mandatory watching for at least one more game as the Oe Miss guard heated up in the second half in the Rebels’ 57-46.

Top Buzzer Beaters of the 2012-13 regular college basketball season

College Basketball's Biggest Villains: Where does Marshall Henderson stand?

Ole Miss' Marshall Henderson has brought back the college basketball villain
<p> Marshall Henderson has revived Ole Miss basketball, but he's also become one of college basketball's most divisive players. He's great, but he's also a villain alongside Christian Laettner, J.J. Redick and more.</p>

The emergence of Ole Miss’ Marshall Henderson has brought back a vestige of an older age in college basketball.

The villain.

He’s brash. He’s super-confident. He seems to relish his role of going into a opposing arenas and being the target of boos.

And most important, he’s good.

10 Amazing College Basketball Stats of the Week: Jan. 21-27

Victor Oladipo's all-around game leads our look at highs and lows around college basketball this week
<p> NC State hits a scoring milestone against North Carolina, Louisville's struggles highlight problems for top-25 teams, Northern Illinois and New Mexico set new marks for futility.</p>

With nearly 350 Division I teams, following college basketball can be overwhelming. Let Athlon Sports start your college hoops week each Monday with a look at some of the most intriguing, most important and most interesting stats from around the sport:

College Basketball Midseason Report: Surprises and disappointments

We're halfway to the Final Four, so it's time to look at the surprises and disappointments so far
<p> Minnesota and Illinois have added to the depth of the Big Ten, while Kentucky's slump has us skeptical about the SEC.</p>

The college basketball season is rolling along as we’ve reached the halfway point to the Final Four.

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